Agile With Business Architecture
Enterprises are preparing to respond to the business's ever-changing demands in an agile manner to reap the benefits of a shorter time to market. To fulfil organizational goals, they require a high level of business agility. Models and interactions between organizations are at an all-time high due to business complexity, and IT systems are supporting these complexities in various ways. Rather than developing custom-tailored rigid systems, many businesses opt to construct product-type customizable systems. The architects who provide technology leadership had to go above and beyond their scope to meet business objectives.
Given the changing landscape, the enterprise architect must evolve to perform the strategic role of working closely with the business to define business strategy, architecture governance, and so on at an enterprise level while also overseeing how the business strategies are implemented through the agile architect. As a result, enterprise architects are adjusting to the comprehensive agile paradigm and easing into the role of Agile Enterprise Architect.
BITAF: Business IT Architecture Fundamentals
Business IT Architecture Fundamentals (BITAF), an Iasa foundation-level course, is one of our most popular, heavily-subscribed courses. The materials covered are based on Iasa’s IT Architecture Body of Knowledge (ITABoK) The ITABok is a public archive of IT Architecture best practices, skills and knowledge developed from the experience of individual and corporate members of Iasa, the world’s largest association of IT Architecture professionals.
In a nutshell, BITAF is akin to Enterprise Architecture for Dummies. Combining the best practices of Architecting Business with IT and Business Requirement Architecture, this course demonstrates the key benefits and strategic values of integrating IT Architecture into a business.
You will be armed with ready answers to such questions: Why do we do the things we do in Business Architecture? What are the benefits? How can IT minimise costs and maximise profits? How to communicate the right business requirements to engage the stakeholders?
A side note on the difference between BITAF and Architecture Core (AC):
Architecture Core (AC) is a more advanced course that takes a more in-depth look at the topics covered in BITAF. From our experience, it is not uncommon for students who skipped BITAF (especially those from a non-technical background) to struggle with certain concepts covered in AC training. Successful prior completion of BITAF is certain to smooth the passage through AC training and the CITA-F exam.
Training Duration: 3 Days
- Certificate Of Completion Available
- Group Private Class
- VILT Class Available
- SBL-Khas Claimable
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